Viktor Mayer-Schönberger is Professor of Internet Governance and Regulation at the Oxford Internet Institute. The studied lawyer, futurologist and author of over a dozen books focuses his research on BigData, digital economy, as well as institutions and governance in the data age.
In his current project, he is researching the determinants of individual cybersecurity behavior: Why many people know what is right but behave differently. He also believes that there can be no100 percent cyber security, but that more resilient structures are urgently needed.
Listen to his entertaining, inspiring keynote on the necessary mindshift in companies and learn what resilience has in common with judo!
The days of conventional approaches to cybersecurity are finally over since Cambridge Analytica and Facebook. Now we see dangers that arise from the organizational structure of our digital lighthouses. Through them we all become vulnerable. That's what we need to react to with a changed view of cyber security before it's too late. Why and how is content of this keynote.